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No. 8988, Kauhi, February 2, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I have a little `ili in the Ahupua`a of Kaumakani.
I am, with aloha,
Helu 8988, Kauhi
Nakila, hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona apana aina ma ka ili o Namahana, Kauwakani. Hookahi apana aina kalo.
Mauka, Alanui Aupuni
Hana, aina o Halelo
Kaupo, aina o Naholowaa.
Nou aku kona aina i ka M.H. 1839 a ua noho oluolu malaila a hiki i kona make ana i ka ....
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.... uka by Government road
Hana by Helelo's land
Makai by Sea shore
Kaupo by Naholowaa's land.
His land came from me in 1839 and he had lived there peacefully until he died in 1849. He bequested it unto his children, Umi, Mahoe 3, Beke and they have continued to cultivate it until this year of 1854. In the month of January it was received by Lota Maui and a haole through an auction by Mr. Gower.
Honolulu, sworn, our knowledge is the same.
[Award 8988; R.P. 7878; Kaumakani Kipahulu; 1 ap.; .27 Ac.]